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about u.s. missile defense capability. "washington journal" is next. ♪ host: good morning. president obama, back in washington this morning following his middle east trip. forress is in recess passover and easter. the senate concluded its first budget in four years. michael bloomberg is launching a new ad campaign for guns and background purchasers. sunday, march 24, but we start with the front page of "the new york daily news." the me just read a portion of what they're writing -- host: politico is reporting on a story this morning, michael bloomberg pushing senators in a $12 million ad campaign, running the ads in 13 states during the easter and passover recess focused on expanding background checks for gun purchasers. solemnly supporting republicans in states where groups can most influence the upcoming votes. we would get your calls and comments on this. you can join us on line, twitter.com/c-spanwj, or send us an e-mail, journal@c-span.org. or you give us a phone call, for democrats, 202-585-3880. for republicans, 202-585-3881. for independents, 202-585-3882. let's ta
. the defense secretary ordered missile defense on the west coast to be reinforced. fourteen additional icbm@ interceptors readied for use if needed. at the state department is finally revealing the number of americans who were in a line of fire during the benghazi terrorist attack. and the extent of those injured. six months after the september 11th attack. the latest for you. tonight we begin with the end of the wall street winning streak. the dow jones industrials finishing in the red today after posting a string of eight consecutive record high closes. ten consecutive winning sessions for the dow. the dow dropping 25 points today. the s&p lost two and a half. the nasdaq fell nine points. but for the week, all three indexes posted gains. the dow jones industrial of 117 points since the opening bell monday. the s&p picking up nine and a half, the nasdaq up five. the wilshire 5,000 measuring the paper gains for the entire market for the week at $1,205,000,000,000. and the total market capitalization for the year to date has grown by just under $2 triion. dating back to the lows of march of
to tell them what self-defense firearms to own. >> mayor bloomberg promotes gun control that include as $12 million tv ad campaigning the mayors against illegal guns. here's part of their new ad. >> i've owned a gun all my life and i'll fight for my right to keep it. background checks have nothing to do with taking guns away from anyone. >> meanwhile, crowds are already lining up outside the supreme court ahead of two landmark cases involving same-sex marriage. on tuesday, the high court will begin to hear challenges against proposition 8 and the defense of marriage act. >>> president obama is back home in the u.s. he was in israel, the west bank, and jordan. >>> secretary of state john kerry remains in the middle east including meeting with benjamin netanyahu. he urged iraqi leaders to overcome sectarian that threatens the stability. let's go to kristen welker. what is the president saying about the trip to the middle east? how are they characterizing this trip? >> reporter: hi, alex. officials believe he set out to do. he also reaffirmed the united states' commitment to the israeli
, it has changed to the more defensive sectors like health care and, consumer staples. look at today. johnson & johnson. coca-cola, these are bucking the trend going up. and i heard earlier on your broadcast that materials led the way down. so, we're definitely seeing this played out in this different character for this maybe the end of the bull market. liz: so, ron, is four years old old to you for a bull market? does what john just said change your opinion? you've been pretty bullish on stocks? >> well we're bullish on stocks but we think it is a stock-pickers market. it is getting a little stretched it has been four years but hasn't been a typical four years out of a recovery especially as bad as this. i still think there is room to go and part of it will come from the bond market holders. i think they will really get disappointed when they get their statement this is month, next month, probably on going as interest rates probably don't go up whole lot but they're not going down a whole lot, that's for sure. they will get disappointed and look for places to put their money. not ne
hearings on same-sex marriage challenges. proposition 8 and the defense of marriage act. people are already camping out mere the supreme court in washington to get in to the hearings. on thursday, we will find out which cars get a world car award. winner in power categories announced at the new york international auto show. shout-outs go to best all-around, best performance, green cars, and best design. that's going to do it for me. see you throughout the week p much more straight ahead with don lemon. >>> no golf for you. i want to you take a look at this. this is a pga course in orlando where tiger woods was leading before mother nature put the smackdown on it. the weather is severe in many parts of the country today. ridiculous storms here. blizzard there. live from snowy dayton, ohio in just a moment. speaking of tiger, if he wins tomorrow, he will be the new number one golfer in the world. he hasn't held that spot in more than two years going back to when his game and his personal life fell apart in scandal. he has since gotten divorced, spent time in therapy, rebuilt his golf swing. t
that we would ask for one year in county jail. >> reporter: late this afternoon his defense attorney told the prosecution that he's won nearly $400,000 in winnings from gambling. where that money is now to be accessed to pay as restitution. >>> oakland's top cop is on the offensive, a p.r. offensive. kpix 5 tells us while hisofficers worked to clean up the streets that the chief is busy clean up the department's image. >> we're going to be doing things differently. >> reporter: whether it is announcing police patrols. >> this is the first step in doing it. >> reporter: counting the latest criminal sweeps. >> we have a lot of good news. >> reporter: or knocking back bad stories. oakland police chief has recently become a lot more aggressive when it comes to dealing with the press. >> we want to be a person to tell our story. and as the chief of police it is my responsibility to do that. >> reporter: maybe, but in recent years events like occupy along with questions about the police shootings and the conduct and the fear of the federal takeover in the department, they often had the cops pla
levin, chairman of the armed services committee, and u.s. defense and foreign policy. later a discussion on expanding coverage under the health care law for the lgbt community. >> president obama is set to arrive in israel on wednesday, followed by a was -- a visit to the west bank and a final stop in jordan, during his first overseas trip in his second term. two former middle east advisers discussed theouse president's trip. from the washington institute, this is 90 minutes. >> good afternoon. and welcome to the washington institute. i am the director of the institute. i'm very happy to welcome all of you today. just at the outside, if i could remind you, cell phone off please. not just on a vibrate. this event is being live streamed for our thousands of fans around the world. the event is being broadcast by c-span. -- say ng you can say can and will be used against you. we are gathered here today because president obama is off for the inaugural overseas visit of his second term. east,going to the middle israel, to the west bank, and to jordan. his itinerary is very different than the i
are talking about a friend of mine asking how he's doing. compared what? the department of defense, we love them. they were stood up 65 years ago. they have not passed a clean financial audit. here we are an agency ten years complex knocking on the door. seat good sample so you can get it done for the brothers and sisters at dod. the secretary is committed to getting it done for them too. the when -- dhs was stood up ten years ago. there was no framework for accountability. there was also no guidance on which responsibilities with headquarter, which responsibility lay with the various component that make up the department, whatever that kind of environment, -- whatever the kind of environment exists in government a lot of wasteful spending and ine fresh sei. there was. the department made clear who was in charge of what. the new or disciplined environment will better enable the -- ensure that all of the operate more cohe'sive and effective agency. they used to have a dismal record when it came to contracts without competition. the departmental leadership has been aggressive in turning the r
-sex marriage and other is a challenge to the federal law known as the defense of marriage act. state with ktvu channel 2 for continuing coverage. our only david stevenson will be there live in the nation's capitol for tuesday's oral arguments and will have live reports throughout the day. and join us for a ktvu news special report at 6:30 when we go in-depth on the prop 8 case. we'll break down the arguments, and gage reaction from washington, d.c. to right here in the bay area. >>> in continuing coverage it's a tale of two budgets in washington. >> the ayes are 50, the nays are 49. >> early today the senate passed a $3.7 trillion budget almost completely along party lines. it raises taxes for the wealthiest americans and cuts spending by $875 billion. but it is so different from the drastic cuts recently passed by the house, that few if any expect the budgets to be reconciled and instead congress is expecting another fiscal battle in july when president obama will likely ask for increased borrowing power. president obama has returned to washington tonight after his trip to the middle east.
. tracy: we have a former nfl quarterback in the rare position of playing defense. group bledsoe fighting for the right to send alcohol to his friends. he will explain that coming up. ashley: first, time for stocks now. let's head back to the floor of the new york stock exchange. down 100 points now. nicole: very interesting to watch what is going on on wall street. the idea that cyprus is on its way to a bailout and a plan with the euro zone only to see the market turned around and turned into the red. we are down about 110 points on the dow jones industrials. bank stocks turned into the red and worried about contagion in europe, you have a very strong dollar today. worries that other countries may follow with this bank restructure. let's take a look at another story. increasing the focus on nondegree courses. you can see the stock is up about 9%. it did blow past the analyst estimates. i solve that corinthians had an up arrow. devry was actually actually pulling back some. ashley: lots to talk about. thank you so much, nicole. tracy: cyprus reaching a last minute deal. a lot of people n
capabilities of the south defense forces. >>> norea has been threatening to launch a nuclear attack on the u.s. and now the country has washed that japan is also a target. the north has been criticizing japan for reenforcing the sanctions it's imposed against the country. the ruling korean workers newspaper issued a story. the security council resolution imposed additional sanctions on north korea for conducting its third nuclear test. the commentary warns that if the u.s. lights the fuse of a nuclear war japan will not be spared. north korea says it used a smaller, lighter atomic bomb in itd test. the north is believed to have deployed about 200 midrange ballistic missiles with a range that covers most parts of japan. >>> some local governments in japan with nuclear plans in their jurisdiction will likely miss monday's deadline for reviewing their disaster control plans. other municipalities have already finished the process but have yet to draw up concrete evacuation plans. the nuclear regulation authority reviewed their disaster control measures based on new sets of guidelines. they expan
putin. during his three-day stay, he will visit the russian defense ministry and will meet students learning the chinese language. president xi will then fly to africa. he's visiting tanzania and the republic of congo. he'll also attend a summit in south africa of five emerging economies known as brics. brazil, russia, india, china and south africa. >>> russia has turned down an appeal for aid by cyprus leaving banks on the island country in deep financial trouble. cyprus sent its finance minister michael air isous to moscow to seek help from russia. many wealthy companies and people keep their money in russia because of preferential tax treatment. two days of talks ended up without any agreement. bloomberg quotes saris as saying cyprus will continue to gain some kind of assistance from russia. he says there's still possibility to get conditions eased for the loans russia has extended in the past. >>> tensions are rising i >>> representatives from japan and the uk sponsored it. the three members of the commission will look into north korea's network of political prisons. japan's amb
, the defense argued that there was no dna from either amanda knox or raffaele, her former boyfriend, in the room where meredith's body was found. at this point we understand the defense is continuing to present their case inside the italian supreme court behind me. but we're also hearing from some lawyers that this hearing is taking much longer than was expected. some are suggesting we may not hear whether the court will uphold the acquittal until possibly tomorrow. >> ben, what about amanda knox? we know she's not in italy during the hearing. but have we heard anything from her legal team? >> yes. they have been presenting her case as well. they are arguing for instance that the italian investigators really put a lot of pressure on her during her long interrogation and that a lot of what she said should be taken into account or rather the duress she was under explains why she testified in the way she did in the court. >> all right. ben, thank you. a fascinating trial the first go round. can you imagine if they reopen this case? >> and then try to extradite if they decide to go that
work for department of defense, and the quality assurance rep. i inspected many things that are buried vital parts for nuclear engines on submarines and ships. they want to cut government. why don't they get involved with the structures within the agency and look at how many supervisors exist and how much top management excess compared to the actual workers doing the job? they don't involve the actual agencies to see how top heavy they are and how many empires have been built and reduce unnecessary positions that can produce positions for actual workers. guest: redundancy and waste we hear about. it takes a long time and to do that would be a big undertaking. host: we have been talking with ginger gibson from "politico." she came here straight from covering the overnight votearama in the senate. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] at some are will talk about propose a trip to the middle east. this followed by the importance of the presidential press conferences here i. then a repeat of the missile defense syst
to a question the president seemed a little defensive about why the united states during his administration has not authorized military force to stop the slaughter in syria. listen to this. >> i think what your question may be suggesting is why haven't we simply gone in militarily? and i think it's fair to say that the united states often finds itself in a situation where if it goes in militarily then it's criticized for going in militarily. if it doesn't, then people say, why aren't you doing something militarily? and, you my response at this stage is to make sure that what we do contributes to bringing them into the blothem -- an end to the bloodshed as quickly as possible. >> did you get the sense the president is on the same page as far as syria is concerned with jordan king abdullah nearly half a million syrian refugees have poured into jordan over these past two years. >> dealing with the refugee crisis, yes. the president says we'll send more money. we'll try to get more humanitarian aid. i'll pick up the phone and get you more help. nobody knows what page they're on when it comes to th
defense says the police bungled the investigation. >> i don't think the verdict is going to be overturned, only based on the fact it was a 100-page report and a lot of the problems was with the dna, and that is something that obviously can't be reversed once you mess up in a dna case, obviously, there's nothing a new trial can do. that evidence will remain the same. >> reporter: unlike the media circus that accompanied the first two trials, tomorrow's ruling will happen behind closed doors. neither knox for sollecito is likely to attend, but both will be waiting to hear if the courtroom drama is finally over. >>> now, here's lester. >> erica, thanks. >>> social media is abuzz this morning over the latest uproar involving charges of sexism and the tech industry. the latest brouhaha involves a female developer fired for tweeting a picture of two men making jokes at a tech conference. amny has the story. >> reporter: when amy richards overheard two men trading what she thought were sexually offensive jokes at a tech conference, she decided to tweet this picture, writing, not cool. jokes abou
stories. >>> it is another crucial day for accused killer jodi arias and the defense team. the judge will decide if dr. richard samuels can return to the stand. samuels wants to testify that arias killed her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, in a heat of the moment and did not plan it. that detail, if proven true, could save her from the death penalty. arias admits she killed alexander, but she claims it was in self-defense. >>> china is criticizing the pentagon's plan to install new missile defense batteries against north korea's growing nuclear threat saying it doesn't help the situation. meanwhile, a key member of congress is questioning the stability of north korean leader kim jong-un. congressman mike rogers, the chairman of the house intelligence committee, appearing on cnn's "state of the union." >> you have a 28-year-old leader, who is trying to prove himself to the military, and the military eager to have a saber rattling for their own self-interest. >> some analysts are now openly questioning whether or not kim jong-un is even in charge of north korea or if it's the military
formalizes a joint response to even small-scale attacks. a defense official says examples include the north sending ships into south korean waters, flying fighter jets into restricted airspace or shelling those islands like it did three years ago. the official says south korea would still conduct any initial response. >> the problem comes if north korea then retaliates in turn and you have a spiral of escalation. there is the possibility, hypothetically, that things could get so serious that we would become involved. >> retired general walter sharp commanded u.s. forces korea when the talks started on this new agreement. >> there's been a lot of work done between the republican of korea and the united states on provocation responses, what should we do if north korea does another kinetic attack? >> sharp says there's been intense planning to the right response to north korea's next provocation. >> that holds something at risk for kim jung unso he'll thing twice before another attack. >> in fact, north korea's leader kim jong-un recently threatened to wipe out south korean units on another bo
and read from. didn't seem electrified by it. >> but read it is a defense of how -- we are talking mainly how he was received. >> he wasn't received well. another person who was not received well was bobby jindal. >> i heard that fell flat too. he was telling old jokes? >> a lot of jokes he did at the gridiron. talking about eric holder. >> i see eric holder is here. no, he wasn't. >> that's cpac. yeah, pretty likely. >> you need to draw that line there that. >> he did a whole slot on knotsberry farm that fell flat. nobody got it. >> two wig winners, rand paul and won the straw poll going away and receiving with his speech and marco rubio did really well. i think you see chris christie sitting there with 7% -- >> who? >> chris christie. >> he was not only excluded, he was insulted there by some extreme voice. >> insult chris christie, you only make him stronger. >> i know. ron, chris christie couldn't have had it any better. first of all, he didn't have to go to cpac and, secondly, he was on everybody's mind at cpac and, third, he fred ahead from the vice presidential nominee in the polli
environment. that led to the situation where we have today where we actually get warnings from the defense department, called conjunction summary messages. we actually get warnings in advance, if dod thinks that there might be a collision between two space objections. it took us a long time to connect the basic information that we needed to gather to have the none to the point where we felt comfortable warning people that they might want to take specific action. in this case, moving a satellite. so i think the same situation will apply with solar of the as we get more sophisticated on the impacts then we'll be able to translate those into specific actions but today, that knowledge just doesn't exist. >> senator cruz. >> going back to the discussion about potential meteor impacts i would assume for an impact the most likely place for an impact would be in water given the percentage of the earth that is covered by water. what is the relative severity of an impact on land versus an impact on water and the consequences that would flow from one versus the other? >> depends on the size of the as
her boyfriend in self-defense and then forget all about it? after an unprecedented and still unbelievable 18 days on the witness stand. >> i have no memory of the stabbing. in circles. june 4th is an anomaly for me. >> reporter: jody areas is finally letting somebody else talk. this morning, the jury continues to hear from dr. richard samuels, a psychologist hired by the defense. he says even though areas admits to shooting and stabbing her boyfriend, she suffered from ptsd and can't remember what she did. >> the memories don't form because chemically, it doesn't work. >> physically? physically speaking it's not possible at times? >> that's correct. >> reporter: the prosecutor wants the jury to believe that her testimony that she has no memory of committing the crime is just her latest lie. he wants the 32-year-old put to death for the murder of mormon businessman travis alexander. plans to attack the credibility of the psychologist who spent much of his career as a sex therapist. here's bizarre behavior any therapist would struggle to explain. jodi arias doing a headstand in
britain to its knees even after the danger of sea borne invasion faded following the raf's heroic defense in the battle of britain during the summer of 1940. britain crucially depended on imports not only for oil, steel, war material, but just to stay alive. the country was a net importer of food, and by the start of 1941, the u-boats had already sunk enough shipping to reduce imports below the 31 million tons a year it needed to just maintain essential food supplies for the civilian population. the crunch of the whole war, churchill to roosevelt at the end of 1940, rests in the atlantic. the decision for 1941, he wrote, lies upon the seas. and churchill after the war in his memoirs would write: the battle of the atlantic was the dominating factor all through the war. never for one moment could we forget that everything happening elsewhere on land, sea or in the air depending ultimately on its outcome. so in the spring of 1940, excuse me, thank you. so in the spring of 1941 in the face of mounting losses at sea, churchill issued a somewhat grin dill went, i guess you could say, churchilli
though the dna, the defense attorney got dna test and said it was not him. what defense attorney which is worth the bar card they possess would tell him to plead no contest which is in california considered guilty plea. she told him to plead guilty and presents a problem for the prosecutors going forward in this case, if she's prosecuted, she could flip-flop and say now what, on camera there, i was telling a lie. >> according to the local reports and l.a. times she's recanted her recantation, mark, but of course she has. now, it's like there's a national spotlight on her and as it turns out she doesn't like it, she was much more comfortable when it was on brian banks. >> yeah, to me the outcome is important, but it's less significant than her being locked up and going through the process of having to be a defendant and-- >> and letting the system play it out. let the system determine who is telling the truth. and plenty more of her surveillance tape after the break. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. i
depot. get ortho home defense, a special buy at just $6.88. has an equally thrilling, lesser-known counterpart. conquer them with the exhilarating is 250. get great values on your favorite lexus models during the cmand performance sales event. th is the pursuit of perfection. >> jessie: airline profit gain altitude with net profit of nearly $11 billion. that's up 40% from last year. >> so why isn't the boost in business good news for fliers? mark murphy is the travel expert and ceo of travel alliance media. nice to see you. >> thanks, ali. >> their profits rupp. billions of dollars up 40%. why aren't they passing that along to passengers. >> they lost $10 billion in the downturn. so it's very difficult to profit margins for airlines are 2.6% right now which which is about half the profit margin it was a few years ago. they are getting squeezed. they are squeezing us a little bit when they get the opportunity to do that. >> now, we like guys making profits. we want them to be successful. but the point is if they're hosting the fliers. we don't want that. >> i don't know about
constantly. so you're always on the defense. i think as far as the banks are concerned, and as far as, you know, what happened on friday with jpmorgan is concerned, it is clear that you have across the aisle, bipartisan support to go after the financials and go after the banks. the banks now being so well capitalized are also a great place to go and try to exact money. exact funds. that's certainly what the consumer finance protection bureau is doing. i think that's what a.g.s are going to do. it will be a steady beatdown. there's nothing going to be as huge as the mortgage clickback. it will be an omnipresent concern. i think that's why you see a certain portion of discount in the stocks. >> it doesn't bother you about bank of america. that's the stock you said is the most owned for 2013? >> all this is factored into bank of america. but bank of america has the most operating leverage of any of these big financials. so, wryeah, it always bothers m. but they have so much stuff in the rear-view mirror as opposed to maybe some other banks. >> what's your take on jpmorgan? i mean, watching th
of the subaccounts particular in the defense department but you're not doing that. you're spending most of that money. associated press reports often years there may be a couple hundred billion dollars of spending cuts but the sequester was 1.2 trillion. you are in effect raising spending and raises taxes are you not? >> the budget closes a lot of corporate loopholes where we've been paying for people who go overseas and create jobs rather than paying to create jobs here at home. i don't think that's what we ought to do. that's one way we come up with the revenue in the budget. we also cut spending in the budget. we cut health care by $275 billion. most important as i said this is a budget that allows us to put those back end spending cuts in a way that allows the my to grow. the fact is none of us think going back into a recession is going to be good long term. what we need to do is make sure we continue to support those areas that help middle class families, that help -- we need to make sure college students can continue in higher education, we need to make sure we protect medicare and what we've s
secretary of defense in the obama administration. i appreciate both of you taking the time. let me start with you, colonel. $200 million also equals half the amount that was just cut from head start programs before spending cuts. so that's 35,000 low-income kids that could good back into early education programs. i'm just using that to give an example for this. can the obama administration give gitmo $200 million without seeming utterly hypocritical? >> i don't know how you do it. we had a plan back years ago to spend $120 million to build a complex at guantanamo. we were told it was a temporary facility and it was nuts to spend that kind of money so they built a $12 million temporary facility instead. as you say, when we're in a time of sequester and cutting money to spend that kind of, you know, almost a quarter billion dollars to detain in essence 80 men is outrageous. >> it seems shocking. rosa, when you look at the -- you said the $49 million they swant for high value detainees. there are 16 detainee that's fall in that category. so $49 million for the new facility is $3 million per
's bank, paid $16 billion for legal defense fees and $8 billion in settlement for cases involving regulatory avoidance. i mean, that's almost a third of their profits. if i were a shareholder, i'd say why are you spending all that money? >> it's amazing that the easiest way to avoid all this is to stop doing it, change these behaviors. mary jo white will be the new s.e.c. chairman. she's got a long history in law enforcement. she was in the private sector for many years. that's created some controversy. >> defending big banks. >> i'm going to hope with her. i think she's at the end of her career. her legacy is going to be how well she does at the s.e.c. someone like her can be the very best regulator because they know all the bodies are buried. she's not trying to cultivate a client list to go back into practice. this is the last thing she's going to be doing. but i hope she looks at the s.e.c. enforcement strategy and starts suing individuals and looks at it as a way to change behavior not just a way to rack up press releases. i think that fresh look is going to be helpful. let's
to iraq? >> i think yes, it probably would have been. i remember a very senior defense department official, douglasfi feif, stand, in the garden of the american embassy in afghanistan within-- i dare say three or four months of thef overthrow of the taliban, so we're talk early 2002. >> and asked him what he envisaged being the maximumsa american troop strength required there afghanistan, and he said 5,000. well, we knownd now-- michael cn correct me-- it went up to whatt michael, was it, 130,000 at one point? in any case, it reached, if you will, soaf levels. but much too late.af by the time that the surge in iraq, in afghanistan came, the situation was so bad, that retrieving it was also of always going to be a very, very uphill struggle. so, yes, i think the disio invade iraq, which withdrew so much in terms of manpower and resources from afghanistan, did have a very deleterious effect a on the american enterprise inm afghanistan. >> rose: john, i have to saypr good-bye to you because i'm going to lose the satellite and don't want to cut you in midsentence or me. it's wonderful stee you
minister's last line of defense. but bolus and boys are both in this together. understand, they don't understand, you need a recovery made by the many, not just a few people at the top. we have had new turns on charities and churches and caravans, but what is the one policy, what is the one policy that they are committed to. the top rate tax cut. speaker, john the banker? remember him. he has had a tough year with 1 million pounds. what does he get? of 42,000e tax cut pounds next year. half thousand pounds. double the average wage. that are ofe -- little better, bringing home 5 million pounds per year. the prime minister does not like to hear what he agreed to. 250,000t of nearly pounds. and at the same time, everyone else pays the price. the chancellor is giving with one hand and taking far more away with the other. disabled people are hit by the bedlam tax and millions pay more for the millionaires to pay less. the chancellor mentioned child for these 7 billion and offering 700 million pounds. what of the families waiting for the child care. they have to wait over two years, for t
for that. her defense appealed that as well. the supreme court will make that decision. if they overturn her conviction and could seek money and could $525,000 to $750,000. >> what a big range of consequence could come out of this. thank you for joining us appreciate it. amanda knox will speak for the first time in an abc news primetime special with diane sawyer, tuesday april 30th at 10:00 p.m. eastern time. >> and we will be right back. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from ou ♪ all i do is win win win >> the miami heat is hot. the team is chasing a winning streak few have accomplished. >> heat beat the charlotte bobcats to extend the league, pushing them into elite territory and perhaps the history books. abc's john schifrin has more. >> reporter: by georgetown getting stunned by florida gulf coast university and number one seeded gonzaga getting knocked out, the ncaa march madness tournament is almost defying reality. over in the nba. >> here it comes. >> reporter: the miami heat dream team is doing just what is expected of them, winning and winning and winning.
the stock has gone from 76 to 86 presuming every order will go to them and the 787 will fly and the defense sequester will not hurt them. this stock has been a teflon stock. this is a stock that i would not buy and i would sell right here. >> you don't think based on your charts because i know you have this fancy chart there. >> saturday morning. it's what i do. >> that's great. i'm jealous, but if you take a five-year look at boeing, on friday they closed -- closed at five-year highs. some are saying that this is a breakout. rbc raising the price to $10 a share to $94. it's returning. >> can i just say that that stock needs a serious breather? you know what? breathers aren't so bad. these are just, the day when is used to do a lot of charting and i just feel that when i saw boeing's chart i said listen, this one is just right for fall. we get indonesia and we need to see a ryan air with 230 planes ordered right now. >> i was glad to see friday because i pointed out we had the ten-day record going, whatever it was, the only time the dow had risen 14 days in a row was in 1987 so maybe a litt
. >> we need a legal defense fund. >> thank you for coming on, and i like stolfus. next time i promise you that i'll get it exactly right. you didn't put your stuff in mothballs yet, did you? >> no. >> no, no. >> how many games will you watch today, do you think? >> none. i watch the highlights after. >> at least you watch the show, unlike some people. make sure you join us monday. "squawk on the street" is next. >>> happy friday. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm melissa lee with jim cramer and scott wapner. let's take a look at -- up by about 42 in pre-market trade and take a look at the pekture in europe because, of course, a lot is hanging on the situation in cyprus. they're weighing business confidence which fell to a 10-month high and came up better than expectations. overnight in asia, the action ng in the nikkei capping its biggest weekly decline since the month of november. >> no deal with the russians makes monday the deadline for cyprus. one spokesman for the cypriot government saying the next few hours will determine the future of his country. a couple of consumer reads, p
go back to the 1967 lines, because these lines are in defensible. >> reporter: and those confrontations didn't make the president popular here. nearly 40% of israelis feel the president is hostile to israel according to a recent poll. the president hopes to improve his popularity with an address to young people. >> each side has symbols and extraordinary sensitivities and the problem is that each side's symbol is the other side's problem, so you have to find a way to connect with each side emotionally. >> reporter: for their part the israeli embassy released a humorous video claiming the obama/netanyahu relationship is better than many believe. ♪ thank you for being a friend traveled down the road and back again ♪ >> reporter: there's that symbolism i was telling you about, savannah. in more serious business today we expect syria to probably be the hot topic of the press conference between the prime prime minister, because israeli government officials say chemical weapons have been used in that syrian conflict. u.s. officials have not said that. we'll be curious to he
alexander. she claims self defense and that she doesn't remember that attack. samuels admitted on the stand that arias lied repeatedly to him during his evaluation of her. that led the prosecutor to question his credibility. >> how much are you getting paid per hour? >> i get paid per hour $250. >> and for $250 an hour, you're saying that this is -- you weren't paying enough attention to put whatever else was needed? >> i reviewed the report numerous times and i must admit i missed it. >> if convicted, ari achtas cou receive a death sentence. >>> new allegations against the man who used to be the voice of elmo. kelvin stevens is suing him. the lawsuit alleges clash gave sheldon poppers as a sexual aid. poppers refers to capsules that give users a rush when broken and then inhaled. clash's attorney calls it meritless and barred by the statute of limitations. >>> listen to this, sleep less, weigh more. new research suggests if you go just a few nights in a row with not enough sleep, you can experience almost immediate weight gain. researchers at the university of colorado studied 16 healthy m
're filibustering here as well. >> exactly. the only thing different, chuck, was your defense. usually you say it's one question with four parts. this case, you had religious reasons. >> well done. we're part of you. >> it really was only three questions. >> he's still going. >> coming up, does the punishment fit the crime? what one teenager did that led to his arrest and a six-month ban from saying the word bingo. >> and a remarkable discovery off the coast of florida tied to the apollo mission that landed the first humans on the moon. we'll go live to the kennedy space center for more on that. first, this is "today" on nbc. >>> coming up, think your private information is safe and secure? wait until you see what someone can learn about you with a computer and about 15 minutes to spare. >> and makeup makeovers for mature women, live in our studio after your local news. [ elizabeth ] i like to drink orange juice but the acidic levels in some foods can cause acid erosion. the enamel starts to wear down, and you can't grow your enamel back. my dentist recommended that i use pronamel, because it hel
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